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On Korteweg-Type Compressible Fluid-Like Materials

@inproceedings{Heida2011OnKC,
  title={On Korteweg-Type Compressible Fluid-Like Materials},
  author={Martin Heida and Josef M{\'a}lek},
  year={2011}
}
We provide a thermodynamic basis for compressible fluids of a Korteweg type that are characterized by the presence of the dyadic product of the density gradients ∇%⊗∇% in the constitutive equation for the Cauchy stress. Our approach that does not need to introduce any new or non-standard concepts such as for example multipolarity or interstitial working is based on prescribing the constitutive equations for two scalars: the entropy and the entropy production. In comparison with the Navier… 
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